President Barack Obama rallied his grassroots base in support of a pared-down agenda Tuesday, addressing an “organizing summit” hosted by the issues group founded out of his former presidential campaign.

“You’re doing God’s work,” he told the roughly 300 invited donors, volunteers, and activists at the ornate Washington Mandarin Oriental Hotel for the Organizing for Action event, 13 months after the group was created.

But in contrast to his expansive message to the group in his three prior appearances, Obama had just two requests: to fight for an increase in the minimum wage, and to keep on enrolling Americans in the Affordable Care Act’s health exchanges.